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Subject: Rendering XML dyncamically via HTML with changing paramaters
From: "Magick, Brian" <Brian.Magick@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2002 10:13:27 -0600
rendering xml in html
I'm putting together a web page where we have one source .xml file, and
an XSL stylesheet to render the content but we are not allowed to call
the .xml directly on the web server.  We must use .html to make the call
(possibly via javascript?) and render the xml as html.  In addition, we
would like to allow the user to change parameters via a drop down list
that will constrain the xml based on an attribute value (for example,
the default is to show ALL the XML but the user can choose to show only
those items where the Business Unit = X or Business Unit = Y).  I've
seen a few examples that utilize ASP to accomplish this but once again
we're constrained not to use ASP.  If we could use .xml directly on the
server this would not be difficult but our policies currently prohibit

Can anyone recommend a few simple to understand web references that can
help with this problem?  I've tried searches but must be using the wrong
key words as I've turned up nothing.


Brian Magick

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